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Most entertaining part of this film was the end when they play "GLORIA"
Julianna Moore's acting is superb in anything she does, HOWEVER, this coming of age, into a certain age, into old age......you never developed any compassion for the characters, nor knew why the cat mysteriously kept appearing ( nor really cared) other than the metaphor towards the end that she was that woman with a cat........too many loose ends that left you bored, not wondering, or wanting Moore! Aside from the disco songs scattered throughout, the music was morose, and the scenes grainy/grey..........left disappointed.
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